[SWMP] swmp ports and firewalls

boehmisch@animabit.de <boehmisch@animabit.de> Fri, 24 August 2007 05:16 UTC

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Hello,

your concepts about a new protocoll for mu3d are really interesting. My question arises from experiences in some german companies where only port 80 and http is allowed companywide (worldwide in VPN). Protocolls like remotelogin or netmeeting of microsoft using UDP on higher ports are often blocked.
What do you think about the ports swmp should be tansmitted over? Would it not be better to use a combined system of http for getting x3d static data (port 80 not blocked) and swmp for all data else (multiuser nodes ...) with UDP on higher ports. This would result in the possibility of many users to get the static world but only nonblocked users to enter in the multiuser possibilities ...

I am managing  a small company here in Germany, using VRML for our first 3d product (DVD about the history of the popes) with a ajax3d technique for getting updates and some basic multiuser features. We are using bscontact and the sdk of bitmanagement.

Regards,
Franz Böhmisch
boehmisch@animabit.de
http://www.animabit.de
085018538





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